Where to park in Ronda City
This is a frequently asked question by our guests and tourists alike, and we provide visitors to our hotel with maps and information to assist them in finding their way around Ronda. As you can from the map above, there are plenty of parking lots available.
There are two main car parks that are easily accessible for visitors, Parking Martinez Astein and Parking Plaza del Socorro:
Parking Plaza del Socorro
Tel: 952 87 73 84 Open 24 hours
A very large three storey underground car park at the bottom of Calle La Bola. Reasonably price. Efficient service. Entrance to it can be a bit tricky so follow closely the international blue P signs.
Parking Martinez Astein
Tel: 952 19 03 67 Open 24 hours
This car park is at the top of the main pedestrian shopping street called colloquially Calle La Bola. Very convenient for shopping and a short walk to the Tajo bridge and the old town with its monuments.
Is there parking at Ronda train station?
Parking Saba Estacion Tren
Tel: 662 41 80 60 Open 24 hours
The railway station has good parking right out in front of the station if you are going on a day trip to Granada or Malaga.
Will I get lost parking in Ronda?
Just one word of advice, do seek out the car parks. Don´t try to wing it through the streets as they can get very narrow and congested. Park up and walk.
Is there street parking in Ronda?
We advise guests to head for the San Francisco barrio. There is often lots of street parking available in the quite dense streets in the ancient neighbourhood and around the edges of the square. If that works, you can just walk up the slight hill on Calle Armiñan and you will be in the centre of the action. Tired out from sightseeing, it´s all downhill on the way back to your car and you could even stop at the marvellous De Locos Tapas for a bite and a refreshing glass of white wine.
Don´t be tempted to try any other area of Ronda for street parking unless you know where you are going. Instead head for the nearest parking lot. I list them below in order of convenience and size and proximity to the centre of town especially the Old Town.